Families and Individuals

In Australia there is 1 fracture every 3.6 minutes.

(Osteoporosis Australia, 2013)

The CAS Splint is small enough to fit into a standard First Aid Kit, so it can sit in your house, car and /or travel packs just in case of emergency.

It is complete with all required elements to secure the splint to the fractured / broken limb – meaning there is no need to buy extra bandages to secure your splint in place.

The polypropylene material is strong enough to hold the limb in a secure place, yet flexible enough to shape to a patients limb.

Fluoro Medical recommends 1 Splint per First Aid Kit for Australian Families.

Many families currently do not have sufficient supplies in their home and /or car first aid kits to properly administer a fracture to reduce further damage. In some instances, people resort to using magazines, sticks, wood planks or other limbs to ensure the break is stabilised. The incorrect administration of these objects could lead to a range of negative effects including; further fracture damage, infection (from sticks / wood), discomfort and increased pain.

The CAS Splint has been designed to give families a simple to administer splint which includes all elements needed to administer a suspected fracture. This innovative Australian design is manufactured in South Australia to ensure the highest quality of materials and functionality is achieved.

Seconds count when an infant or child has suffered a venomous bite, its peace of mind knowing you have up to date medical supplies if this were to occur.The CAS Splint only takes seconds to assemble and can be administered easily by persons with no medical training.

Additional benefits for families include;

  • The CAS Splint is small enough to fit into a standard First Aid Kit, so it can sit in your house, car and /or travel packs just in case of emergency.
  • It is complete with all required elements to secure the splint to the fractured / broken limb – meaning there is no need to buy extra bandages to secure your splint in place.
  • The polypropylene material is strong enough to hold the limb in a secure place, yet flexible enough to shape to a patients limb.
  • The CAS Splint is radiolucent, meaning it does not need to be removed to be x-rayed.
  • It is waterproof and used in any situation.

Ensure your family has a CAS Splint as part of your First Aid Kit

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